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Going Deeper Into Profound Learning Through Intellectual Humility, Deep-Surface Learning, And Bildung, Michael Kroth, Laila Cornwall, George Watson Oct 2018

Going Deeper Into Profound Learning Through Intellectual Humility, Deep-Surface Learning, And Bildung, Michael Kroth, Laila Cornwall, George Watson

Adult Education Research Conference

Profound learning (PL) has recently been introduced as a possible approach and process for lifelong learning. Here, we look through the lens of Bildung, deep-surface learning, and intellectual humility to elaborate this developing construct.


Application Of Virtual And Augmented Reality To The Field Of Adult Education, Jihye Oh, Soo Jeoung Han, Doo Hun Lim, Chang Sung Jang, In Tak Kwon Jun 2018

Application Of Virtual And Augmented Reality To The Field Of Adult Education, Jihye Oh, Soo Jeoung Han, Doo Hun Lim, Chang Sung Jang, In Tak Kwon

Adult Education Research Conference

This research reviews the extant literature and web resources on Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) to provide new insights and future direction of adult learning. Based on the review, we discuss implications for research and practice on the use of VR and AR in the field of Adult Education.


Immigrant Adult Education: A Literature Review, Cindy Pena, Peggy A. Everett, Jessica M. Quintero Jan 2018

Immigrant Adult Education: A Literature Review, Cindy Pena, Peggy A. Everett, Jessica M. Quintero

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This literature review explains and discusses challenges immigrants face when continuing their education in a foreign country.


The Times They Are A Changing (Or Are They?): Exploring The Impact Of The Tenure Process On Racialized Faculty At A Us And An Anglophone Caribbean Institution, Dianne Ramdeholl, Mervin Chisholm Jan 2018

The Times They Are A Changing (Or Are They?): Exploring The Impact Of The Tenure Process On Racialized Faculty At A Us And An Anglophone Caribbean Institution, Dianne Ramdeholl, Mervin Chisholm

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper builds on two completed studies charting faculty perceptions of student evaluations in the tenure process in a US and Caribbean context offering recommendations for new faculty of color.


Examining The Embodied Learning Experiences About Gender In Gay And Bisexual Male Actors, Ted Mccadden, Robin Redmon Wright Jan 2018

Examining The Embodied Learning Experiences About Gender In Gay And Bisexual Male Actors, Ted Mccadden, Robin Redmon Wright

Adult Education Research Conference

Using the theoretical frameworks of embodied learning and gender performativity, we examine the narratives of nine other-than-heterosexual adult male actors for their experiences of gender identity development through theatre performance.


Contributing Factors To The Low Rate Of Diverse Female Faculty In Athletic Training Education Programs, Carrie Graham Jan 2018

Contributing Factors To The Low Rate Of Diverse Female Faculty In Athletic Training Education Programs, Carrie Graham

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This paper presents qualitative data as factors contributing to the disproportionate rate of female faculty across Distinct Racial and Ethnic Identities in athletic training education programs.


Elizabeth (Betty) Loosley: Adult Education And Research Excellence, Leona M. English Jan 2018

Elizabeth (Betty) Loosley: Adult Education And Research Excellence, Leona M. English

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Elizabeth (Betty) Wyeth Magee Loosley (1911-1994) was an artist and researcher, and one of the best educated women working with the Canadian Association for Adult Education (CAAE, founded 1935) in the 1950s and 1960s. This paper uses archival and interview data to examine her achievements and contributions to the CAAE. This study helps us understand our field’s gendered history and development.


Rebuilding Identity After A Natural Or Human Generated Disaster, Ann Brooks, Moira Martin, Michelle Holcomb Jan 2018

Rebuilding Identity After A Natural Or Human Generated Disaster, Ann Brooks, Moira Martin, Michelle Holcomb

Adult Education Research Conference

How do disaster survivors make sense of their lives? Drawing on three studies, we use the concepts of extended and relational self to understand how disaster survivors reconstruct their identities.


Gender Bias At The Intersection Of Engineering And Business: Implications For Workplace Education, Lisa Baumgartner, Jill Zarestky, Michelle Bigler, Malini Natarajarathinam Jan 2018

Gender Bias At The Intersection Of Engineering And Business: Implications For Workplace Education, Lisa Baumgartner, Jill Zarestky, Michelle Bigler, Malini Natarajarathinam

Adult Education Research Conference

Abstract: STEM and business fields historically include pervasive gender biases. To better integrate women, and based on results of an industry survey, we propose ways adult education may address such biases.


Narrowing Interests: North American Adult Educators’ Discussions On Internationalization In The 1960’S, Catherine A. Hansman, Amy D. Rose Jan 2018

Narrowing Interests: North American Adult Educators’ Discussions On Internationalization In The 1960’S, Catherine A. Hansman, Amy D. Rose

Adult Education Research Conference

In examining the history of the field of Adult Education, interesting questions about the development of the knowledge base emerges. This research examines the countervailing strands and how the resulting focus narrowed the field to North America interests in the 1960’s.


Women University Presidents: Learning Through Leadership Development Programs, Christiana Horn Jan 2018

Women University Presidents: Learning Through Leadership Development Programs, Christiana Horn

Adult Education Research Conference

Women administrators face a number of challenges in their pursuit of a university presidency. Leadership development programs provide valuable learning experiences that strengthen their potential of becoming a university president.


Expanding On Phenomenological Research Findings On Adult Learners’ Experiences With The Portfolio Process, Benjamin A. Jimenez Jan 2018

Expanding On Phenomenological Research Findings On Adult Learners’ Experiences With The Portfolio Process, Benjamin A. Jimenez

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This paper is a discussion on the finding that the participants created new and different learning on previously attained knowledge, skills, or abilities via the portfolio process.


Living And Studying In The Us: An Ecological Systems Perspective, Simone C. Conceiçao, Liliana Mina, Todd Southern Jan 2018

Living And Studying In The Us: An Ecological Systems Perspective, Simone C. Conceiçao, Liliana Mina, Todd Southern

Adult Education Research Conference

International students encounter many issues when living and studying in the United States. It is essential to understand how these adult students make meaning of these experiences. The purpose of this study was to gain insights into the meaning of the lived experiences of international students living and studying in the U.S. six months after returning to their home country. Phenomenology was the research approach used to explore participants’ perspectives of their lived experiences. Findings show how the interactions between participants’ development and the multiple systems they lived through influenced their experiences and perspectives and contributed to their identity ...


Using Critical Reflection To Effect Dispositional Change Toward Critical Thinking And Gain Insight Into Student Learning, Steven D. Koether Jan 2018

Using Critical Reflection To Effect Dispositional Change Toward Critical Thinking And Gain Insight Into Student Learning, Steven D. Koether

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this research roundtable is to discuss the use of Brookfield’s Critical Incident Questionnaire to effect dispositional change in students toward critical thinking, gain greater instructor insight, and improve instruction. My preliminary, and future, work in this area derives from experience with undergraduate students taking a general education science course.


A. Taboo Or Trivial: Women Adult Educators With Visible Tattoos And The Effect On Learners, Amanda Young Jan 2018

A. Taboo Or Trivial: Women Adult Educators With Visible Tattoos And The Effect On Learners, Amanda Young

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this session is to discuss a future research project which examines the effect on adult learning conducted by a woman instructor with visible tattoos.


Skill Utilization Of Older Workers In South Korea: The Effect Of Diverse Types Of Learning Experiences And Organizational Learning Supports, Hyunok Ryu, Doo Hun H. Lim, Junghwan Kim, Intak Kwon Jan 2018

Skill Utilization Of Older Workers In South Korea: The Effect Of Diverse Types Of Learning Experiences And Organizational Learning Supports, Hyunok Ryu, Doo Hun H. Lim, Junghwan Kim, Intak Kwon

Adult Education Research Conference

Using OECD’s 2013 PIAAC data, this study will examine how diverse types of learning experiences and organizational supports for learning influence older workers’ skill utilization in South Korea.


Operationalizing And Researching Cosmopolitan Adult Education: Collaborative Inquiry Frameworks For Adult Educators’ International Cross-Cultural Study Of Learning And Knowing, Joellen E. Coryell Jan 2018

Operationalizing And Researching Cosmopolitan Adult Education: Collaborative Inquiry Frameworks For Adult Educators’ International Cross-Cultural Study Of Learning And Knowing, Joellen E. Coryell

Adult Education Research Conference

A discussion on cosmopolitan adult development and research in progress on the use of comparative, collaborative inquiry as a method to enhance adult educators’ cosmopolitan worldviews.


Informal Learning Within The Mother Daughter Dyad: Effect On Behavior And Attitude, Deanne G. Yates 2077423 Jan 2018

Informal Learning Within The Mother Daughter Dyad: Effect On Behavior And Attitude, Deanne G. Yates 2077423

Adult Education Research Conference

This roundtable will explore informal learning within the mother-daughter dyad and the role of informal learning on their perceptions of aging. The focus will be on how mothers and daughters understand the importance making meaning from an experience, memory, or conversation for learning to occur.


Growth Mindset In Adult Learning: Systematic Literature Review, Soo Jeoung Han, Vicki Stieha, Emily Poitevin, Tina L. Starnes Jan 2018

Growth Mindset In Adult Learning: Systematic Literature Review, Soo Jeoung Han, Vicki Stieha, Emily Poitevin, Tina L. Starnes

Adult Education Research Conference

We conducted a systematic literature review on mindsets to understand how a growth mindset is conceptualized and investigated in adult learning scholarly work.


Mandatory Continuing Education: Considerations Of Dewey And Ohliger’S Work, Craig M. Mcgill, Tonette S. Rocco Jan 2018

Mandatory Continuing Education: Considerations Of Dewey And Ohliger’S Work, Craig M. Mcgill, Tonette S. Rocco

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper explores discrepancies between Mandatory Continuing Education and Dewey’s ideas on authentic learning. Dewey believed education must serve the goals of the person and the society in which s/he lives.


Learning Through On-Farm Apprenticeships: Labor Identities And Sociocultural Reproduction Within Alternative Agrifood Movements, Lorien E. Macauley, Kim L. Niewolny Jan 2018

Learning Through On-Farm Apprenticeships: Labor Identities And Sociocultural Reproduction Within Alternative Agrifood Movements, Lorien E. Macauley, Kim L. Niewolny

Adult Education Research Conference

On-farm apprenticeship is a site of sociocultural learning for beginning farmers, and also for identity politics, mediated by social movement learning processes. This critical ethnographic case study examines this activity.


Masculinity In Older Black Men: Implications For Adult Education, Manuel Solomon, Lorenzo Bowman Jan 2018

Masculinity In Older Black Men: Implications For Adult Education, Manuel Solomon, Lorenzo Bowman

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper examines the manifestation of masculinity among older Black men in the United States. The findings from a content analysis conducted on the covers of three popular magazines reveal that Black men embrace an alternative or complicit form of masculinity. This alternative or complicit form of masculinity can be an impediment to teaching and learning for Black men.


Investigating The Perceptions And Characteristics Of The Undergraduate And Graduate Students On Cyber-Mobbullyism In Higher Education, Mitsunori Misawa Jan 2018

Investigating The Perceptions And Characteristics Of The Undergraduate And Graduate Students On Cyber-Mobbullyism In Higher Education, Mitsunori Misawa

Adult Education Research Conference

This presentation will focus on the examination of undergraduate and graduate students’ perceptions and characteristics of cyber-mobbullying in higher education. Practical implications for adult educators will also be provided.


Profound Learning And Living: An Exploratory Delphi Study, Davin J. Carr-Chellman, Michael Kroth Jan 2018

Profound Learning And Living: An Exploratory Delphi Study, Davin J. Carr-Chellman, Michael Kroth

Adult Education Research Conference

This study, using Delphi methodology conceptualizes the qualities of profound learning, the profound learner, and profound living.


Conceptualizing Entrepreneurial Education As A Social Justice Endeavor, Sarah M. Ray, Jill Zarestky, Lisa Baumgartner Jan 2018

Conceptualizing Entrepreneurial Education As A Social Justice Endeavor, Sarah M. Ray, Jill Zarestky, Lisa Baumgartner

Adult Education Research Conference

Entrepreneurial education is typically capitalist and overlooks social change efforts. Grounded in the literature, we argue progressive adult education has potential to transform entrepreneurial education into a social justice endeavor.


Theorizing Best Practices For Preventing Sexual Assaults In Higher Education: Adult Educators' Perspectives, Amber Giffin, Mitsunori Misawa Jan 2018

Theorizing Best Practices For Preventing Sexual Assaults In Higher Education: Adult Educators' Perspectives, Amber Giffin, Mitsunori Misawa

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper analyzes the literature regarding universities’ sexual assault prevention programs in an effort to identify best practices for reducing the number of sexual assaults on university campuses.


From A Distance: A Phenomenological Study Of The Lived Experience Of Telecommuters Working Remotely In Virtual Teams, Damien C. Michaud Jan 2018

From A Distance: A Phenomenological Study Of The Lived Experience Of Telecommuters Working Remotely In Virtual Teams, Damien C. Michaud

Adult Education Research Conference

In this paper, the social and emotional experience of telecommuters working remotely in interdependent virtual teams is explored through a phenomenological inquiry into participants' lived experiences.


A Content Analysis Of Women’S Experiences Of Workplace Bullying Since 2000, Mitsunori Misawa, Josie L. Andrews, Kathy Mae Jenkins Jan 2018

A Content Analysis Of Women’S Experiences Of Workplace Bullying Since 2000, Mitsunori Misawa, Josie L. Andrews, Kathy Mae Jenkins

Adult Education Research Conference

A content analysis was conducted to explore women’s experiences of bullying in the workplace, which revealed characteristics, impacts, and strategies of women being bullied at work.


Understanding Popular Education And Arts Based Learning Within Groups Through A Peace Workshop, Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Amy Ward Jan 2018

Understanding Popular Education And Arts Based Learning Within Groups Through A Peace Workshop, Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Amy Ward

Adult Education Research Conference

Through the experience of a Peace Workshop and literature, the importance of both informal and arts-based learning during group events is necessary. Community and group norms provides strong cohesiveness.


Online Instructional Design In The New World: Beyond Gagné, Briggs And Wager, Mary Wilson Jan 2018

Online Instructional Design In The New World: Beyond Gagné, Briggs And Wager, Mary Wilson

Adult Education Research Conference

MOOCs, Open Access, Badges... all these new technologies should provide a golden age for adult education online. Instead, profoundly traditional models of instructional design impose restrictions.